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even be making him stronger. today, vice president joe biden said the administration's going to continue to make gun safety a priority. >> i know you've come to talk about a broad range of very important, challenging issues that are facing each of your cities and towns. as important as they all are today we have a more urgent and immediate call. and that is how to deal with the epidemic of gun violence in america. >> jennifer: so even though the public is behind gun safety measures broadly there is still this little matter of getting legislation through congress. house republicans are for a fight. they very well might win. they still do control the house afterall. even if reasonable republicans support pragmatic gun measures, when those reasonable republicans stay quiet the extremists speak for the party. here's, for example representative steve stockman, responding to the president's press conference. >> if he thinks these bills are good, his law is good, he should go through congress. he's not a king. reminds me of saddam hussein when he used kids. >> jennifer: the question
bill. we are so lucky to have barack obama and joe biden now. i think this was masterful. they hit all of the problem areas. i think it's a great start. you know, i'm disappointed in the news coverage. obama talked about the assault rifles and i wasn't sure if he was saying he thought they just should be outlawed outright. i got that from him. and what they would do about ones that were already out there. do you know anything about that? >> bill: well, there would be a ban on the sale of assault weapons going forward but there is no word about what to do about the -- i think i've seen maybe 20 million 40 million that are already out there in circulation or in the hands of gun owners. >> caller: oh, man. >> bill: that's a real, real problem. >> caller: that's -- >> bill: that's why i think we need a buyback provision like they did in australia. >> caller: buyback and if someone did want to have them, they could at least -- i think they should have to have insurance, too. handguns and everything. it costs $300 billion a year in medical costs for gun shot wounds in this country. >> bill:
engineering more murders. and using joe biden to run the task force is like hiring osama bin laden to take care of our children. [ applause ] >> wow. >> stephanie: also herp derp -- >> stephanie: ermahgerd. >> oh we're going to down that rat hole again. >> stephanie: that's right. jim in florida you are on the "stephanie miller show." go ahead. >> caller: hi, stephanie. first off i think ted nugent would be able to recognize psychotic behavior. >> stephanie: yes. >> caller: yes he lives it. and have you heard about the new nra free download app for your iphone. it's a shooter where the targets are coffin shaped. >> they just released it. >> caller: yes. >> stephanie: wait a minute, i am confused you are shooting at coffins? >> caller: yes, the targets are coffin shaped. >> and you get to choose various assault rifles. >> stephanie: oh, okay. >> caller: yes and what i find most disturbing about that is not that the nra is full of gun-nut crazies, i mean we know that's their leadership and it's not that they have target practice, because we expect that. >> stephanie: yeah. >
will outline his plan. he'll be joined by vice president joe biden as well as children who wrote him letters after the newtown shootings. >>> here to tell us if any of the president's proposals has a chance of passing the republican controlled house of representatives is democratic congresswoman rose a a delara. welcome inside "the war room." >> thank you so much, governor. it's wonderful to be with all of you tonight. >> jennifer: glad to have you there. i know there is a lot going on right now but first let me start by talking about the gun safety proposals. what ones do you expect the president to announce tomorrow? >> well, i am hopeful that what those recommendation also include is, one the ban on assault weapons and also the ban on the high capacity magazines, the feeding devices. third i would like to see that we close the loopholes on the background checks. i would like very much to see as part of this effort, and i don't know what it will be about is everyone has talked about mental health services. does that mean we're going to look at increased resources for mental health services
the country and seen on current tv this is the "bill press show." >> bill: today, vice president joe biden meeting with president obama to present to him the recommendations out of his task force. he's been hard at it for the last month in the wake of the newtown, connecticut. to come up with recommendations for the congress. and according to some lawmakers 19 steps that the vice president feels the president himself can take without needing congressional authority on the issue of gun violence. this time it looks like it's just not going to go away. there will be some action. randi weingarten is very much part of that conversation. representing america's teachers as president of the american federation of teachers. before we go to the phones, randi, peter you've been following social media comments. >> we're tweeting at bpshow. rd copeland says barack obama was right. the money drives the nra. it is why nra want more guns in schools and not less. profits above all. even kids' safety. karen, short and to the point says nra sells guns from fear. they will never be sensible. we're tweeting at
best quality of life in the world and destroy the united states of america, barack obama, joe biden, hillary clinton, and eric holder are destroying the united states. >> stephanie: everything he says these days smells a little treasony. >> yeah, didn't he say he would be dead or in jail if the president was reelected. >> stephanie: yeah. the president's approval rating has shot up significantly after the negotiations with the fiscal cliff, and now again after the gun control. johnny in georgia. hi, johnny. >> caller: good morning, first-time caller from the peachy state of georgia. enjoy your show. >> stephanie: thank you. thank you. >> caller: try to watch it every morning. i have got a thought. i think that we -- you know, we can agree on a lot of stuff, and i think we need to stop calling these assault -- so-called assault weapons assault weapons. nobody [ inaudible ] pick one up and loaded it said i'm going to go assault somebody. they say i'm going to kill something. let's start calling them what they are weapons of mass destruction. and our republican friends
them all but that's part of what joe biden did. and also he said that -- he said that if you have a policeman at a school, they would have a pistol. they wouldn't even have a glock. i don't know what that is but they wouldn't have one. you know what policemen use. all a shooter would have to do is get across the street with an assault weapon and shoot him. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: then come in the school. right? so what protection is that against an assault weapon? >> stephanie: yep. you know, it's interesting. she was talking about so and so is a hunter. i heard ed schultz say, he's a hunter. he said that last night. everybody knows i've been a hunter. i'm sick of having to state your props on guns to have the debate. it really shouldn't necessarily be relevant. you have no credibility -- >> unless you use guns all the time. >> stephanie: right. exactly. i've gone on record as saying i'm entirely too spazy. i don't know how i got that. this scratch here. this bruise here. don't know. spazy. >> how can you aim if you're crying? >> stephanie: and i'm unnecessarily weepy. 29 m
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